Some Irish proverbs:
"Is milis fíon, is searbh a íoc." "Wine is sweet, its payment bitter."
"Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón" "(It is) often a person's mouth broke his nose"
"Aithníonn ciaróg ciaróg eile" "One beetle recognises another (beetle)"
"Aghaidh an oilc i bhfad uainn" "The face of evil (be it) far from us"
'Gaelic' languages include both Scottish Gaelic and Irish, making it impossible to know which one is being asked for. You are encouraged to ask a question that specifies Scottish Gaelicor Irish to assure that you receive the translation you are seeking.
Irish 'Gaelic' and Scots Gaelic both use 'eile'.
There is no patron saint of Ladies Gaelic Football, or any of the other Gaelic games.
Yes. It is closer to Scottish Gaelic than Irish. It has a rather non-Gaelic orthography compared to the other two however.
you don't because there is no word for Christmas in Irish Gaelic and I doubt any other Gaelic dialects either. Most people who spoke Gaelic were Pagan or Druids
It is. It's one of the Irish Gaelic versions of John. The other one is Eoin.
It's not in Gaelic or any other Celtic language.
Zoe means "life" in Greek, but it has no meaning in Gaelic or any other language.
They both speak Gaelic but they are separate languages: Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic. The pronunciation is quite different, but the written language is somewhat more understandable. In other words Gaelic is not a single language but two.
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Yes, of course you can "take quotes" from writing other than dialogue.
There is not an official book of office quotes, although there are many web pages which list quotes, as well as a day-by-day calendar. This has quotes, stories and other information.
Not exactly. Gaelic is one of the two branches of Celtic; the other branch is Brythonic (Welsh, Breton).
Proper names are not actually 'translated' but they have cognates in other languages.The Scottish Gaelic equivalent is Màiri.
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There are records of Gaelic football matches going back over several centuries. In 1884 the Gaelic Athletic Association was founded. It is the governing body of Gaelic Football and other sports.
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Gaelic Football is one of Ireland's two national sports, the other being Hurling which is the fastest field game in the world. So Gaelic Football is played in Ireland, and in parts of the world where you have large Irish communities. The Gaelic Athletic Association, the governing body of Gaelic games, has many members from outside of Ireland, particularly in other parts of Europe and Asia, America and Australia.
In Irish Gaelic: captaen;In Scottish Gaelic: sgiobair (in sports); caiptean (captain, ship's master, skipper)ceann-feadhna (Captain, leader, commander, general). Various other terms in Scottish Gaelic: see am faclair beag.
There are three Gaelic languages:Scottish GaelicIrish GaelicManx Gaelic
There are two types of Celtic: one branch is the Gaelic (Irish and Scottish), the other is the Brythonic (Welsh, Breton).
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